Oxford School District Honors Marcia Bibbs as District’s 2017 Citizen of the Year

The Oxford School District (OSD) recognizes Marcia Bibbs (pictured), a school parent and active school district supporter, as the 2017 OSD Citizen of the Year. The district’s Citizen of the Year Award honors an area resident who has made a sustained and significant contribution to Oxford, especially to the education and well-being of children. Photo Credit: Oxford School District
Oxford parent Marcia Bibbs says when it comes to Oxford school students she loves helping whenever and wherever she can: Bibbs is the Oxford School District’s (OSD) 2017 Citizen of the Year. The annual school district award honors an area resident who has made a sustained and significant contribution to Oxford, especially to the education and well-being of Oxford school children. 
 
“You will see Mrs. Bibbs at numerous school events as an active supporter, whether she has a child participating or not,” says OSD Superintendent Brian Harvey. “No matter what the weather is like outside, she’s going to be there. These are the kind of things she does inside and outside of our schools as an active supporter. She is both a wonderful parent and extraordinary citizen because she is there to support every student and child, not just her own.” 
 
Bibbs, a former school district employee, says, “I love being there to support our kids. It keeps me young and humble.”
 
Harvey says that the district’s Citizen of the Year recipients are widely recognized as respected leaders who have created a lasting legacy on the community, especially Oxford school children.
 
“Mrs. Bibbs’ commitment and support for our students is what makes her an ideal choice as the Oxford School District’s Citizen of the Year,” added Harvey. “She actively supports the Boys and Girls Club and for many years has supported Oxford Buccaneers, our little league football program. We are proud that we can honor her for all she does to support all of our students whether she’s doing so at a school function or in our community.” 
 
Visit  www.oxfordsd.org for more information on the Oxford School District. 

Courtesy of Oxford School District 

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